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Relaxation Massage

Relaxing massage

What is Relaxation Massage?

Relaxation massage is a hands on therapy using gentle manual therapy techniques to increase blood flow, release off tension and relieve stress. Relaxation massage will also help anxiety, aid relaxation, sleep and promote well-being.

It involves the gentle manipulation of "soft tissue" (connective tissue that has not hardened into bone or cartilage). This includes skin, muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia, which is a form of connective tissue that lines and ensheathes muscle. 

Who can benefit? 

Anyone of any age! This gentle treatment can improve general mood, mindset and muscle mobility for all! 

Why choose us? 

Unlike most clinics all deep tissue massage is carried out by a Physiotherapists, This allows for a more thorough and expert treatment that can evolve to include gentle stretches when necessary.

We are proud to be the Highest and Most reviewed Physiotherapist in the Area.

All our Physiotherapists are registered members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), So you can be assured you are receiving the best treatment from highly qualified experts.


Relaxation massage 60 minutes: £70

Relaxation massage 45 minutes: £60

Relaxation massage 30 minutes: £50

Free Parking and Disabled Access

We also have concessions for students, under 18s, NHS and employees of our Corporate Partners.

Kings Hill Physiotherapy Centre is also accredited by most major insurance providers.

We politely ask that fees are settled after each visit.

We advise patients that for cancellations within 24hrs we charge 50% of treatment fees.

Our Insurance Providers

Aviva private medical insurance
Vitality private medical insurance
Healix private medical insurance
Massage Kings Hill
Healthshield private medical insurance
WPA private medical insurance
Cigna private medical insurance
Alianz private medical insurance

We are proud to be charted members of the following professional associations

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